The Colby Environmental Assessment Team (CEAT) investigated the littoral zone of Great Pond in the Belgrade Lakes region of central Maine. Data collection occurred in September and October and analysis followed in October and November of 2010. Physical, biological, and chemical parameters were assessed to examine the impacts of shoreline development on the health of the littoral community. The littoral zone and adjacent riparian areas were sampled to allow comparison of aquatic and terrestrial parameters among different levels of shoreline development.
Problems in Environmental Science course (Biology 493), Colby College and Colby Environmental Assessment Team, Colby College, "Impacts of Shoreline Development on the Littoral Zone of Great Pond" (2010). Colby College Watershed Study: Great Pond (2012, 2010, 1998). 5.
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Impacts of Shoreline Development on the Littoral Zone of Great Pond Presentation
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Public Presentation: Impacts of Shoreline Development on the Littoral Zone of Great Pond
Environmental Health and Protection Commons, Environmental Indicators and Impact Assessment Commons, Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecology Commons
Date of Study: September through November 2010
Publication Date: 2010